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The Sequels - George's Original Trilogy
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8-Mar-2020, 1:35 AM

ShamanWhill said:

DominicCobb said:

Yours is the fan fiction. That’s just a fact. George had a treatment, sure. But have you seen it? No. Ardnt starting working off the treatment, and thus TFA (and TLJ) feature elements of it. So the sequel trilogy as is is more imbued with George’s actual ideas than yours ever could be, just as a point of fact (not to mention JJ and Rian meeting with Lucas).

I don’t think TLJ does feature elements from George’s stories. I had always heard that Rian had made that stuff from scratch. But I’m afraid I have to disagree with you: our Sequel Trilogy will have numerous things the Disney Trilogy did not include. For starters, our main character is the Granddaughter of Darth Vader, not Palpatine. Pretty big difference.

When was it ever confirmed that Lucas’s treatment had Kira/Rey as a Skywalker? I don’t think I’ve seen that.

I have to agree with StarkillerAG; you’re coming off a little aggressive. I certainly don’t mean to start an argument, so I hope our disagreement ends here.

Not trying to be aggressive. Just find the scope of the thread odd and confusing. Putting blinders on about the ST as it exists is strange, I don’t get why you’re outlawing people to talk about it in here except because the mentality that ‘Lucas didn’t make it, so it’s not real Star Wars,’ which, no offense, I think is a ridiculous position to have (nothing personal, you’re far from the only person who feels this way).

DominicCobb said:

Putting aside the “Only Holy Lucas knows the True Canon” silliness, the idea that some rando fan has a better idea of Lucas’s true wishes is ridiculous. That’s all I’m saying.

Dude… you’re kinda being a bully right now. That’s my view on the matter. I think absolute authority belongs to the artist.

JJ and Rian are artists, they have authority over their stories. Your thread is about George’s “Original” ST, which is fair. But all you’re doing is fan fiction. That’s what I’m trying to say.